Here is presented a list of on-line resources to explore the history and culture of the Celts more fully. If you know of a site that is not listed, please use the Contact Form to let us know so we can include it
Bill Thayer's Web Site /
This is the Search Portal for the University of Chicago's database of the Loeb Classical Library Ancient Sources. Here Plutarch's Lives may be accessed.
Channel 4 History: In Boudica's footsteps /
Retraces the origins and campaigns of the British revolt against Roman occupation lead by Boudica, queen of the Iceni in AD61. Boudica means 'victory' and was highly motivating in the Victorian age..
Ourpasthistory.com: Cantiaci and the South East between the Julian and Claudian Invasions /
Discusses pre-Roman and Roman Britain. The roles the tribes played, and their relationships with Rome.
People of Roman Britain /
Examines various personages of Roman Britian.
Perseus Digital Library: Greek and Roman materials /
This index provides access to Ancient Sources pertaining to the Celts. From here the researcher can access Appian, Pliny the Elder and Polybius.
Trinovantes info /
Information on the Trinovantes of Britain.
Located on the University of Chicago's Penelope database, this page provides further information on Vercingetorix, and his battles with Caesar.